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Tronoski vajati - Restaurant
Serbia

Authentic Serbian ethno architecture is mixture of Orinetal architecture and ancient Balkan tradition of construction. In the immediate neighborhood of Monastery Tronosa are situated many old rural houses, wooden cottages and water mills, so idea of author of Tronoski Vajati was to gather as much as possible these old buildings at one place in order to be preserved from decay.

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